Finally, your favorites unjunked™ ...with lots less sugar. Get Bzzin'.
I admit I'm one of those people who read ingredient labels, I will look at the sodium, the sugars, and if there is anything in there that I would need a dictionary to decipher. Enter Unreal candy. I think it's great that there isn't a list of mystery ingredients in the treats. There is a nice selection of candies to chew, er choose from. Price wise, they are also priced similar to the name brand candies in the supermarkets. We had a football party with family and my sister brought in her stash of the candies for everyone to sample. The biggest test would be to see if our kids liked it! We divided up the peanut butter cups, the chocolate candies, the peanut/chocolate candies and the candy bar. So the results were: Peanut butter cups - they tasted just like fresh peanut butter but they were crumbly and the chocolate taste was bitter. 1 star Plain chocolate candies - pretty colors (said the kids). The chocolate taste was bitter. 1 star Candy bar - The adults felt it tasted like a protein bar. The kids seemed to like it but weren't excited over it. 2 stars Peanut chocolate candies - again pretty colors! This candy was a hit. The kids eagerly ate them and wanted more and the adults also all liked them. The candy shell was just right, not too sweet and the chocolate complimented the peanuts inside. 4 stars! ---- After our tasting party, it was voted that the peanut chocolate candies were the best. I think the candy bar would be the runner up. I would considering buying the peanut chocolate Unreal candies in the future.